|Peter J. Jones f46e5673aa||7 lat temu|
|README.md||7 lat temu|
|behavior.js||7 lat temu|
|playground.html||7 lat temu|
|style.css||7 lat temu|
playground.html file and a web console such as Firebug,
the jQuery Playground is a great place to experiment with jQuery
Here is what I suggest:
behavior.js so that when one of the
<li> elements is clicked, it is removed from the DOM.
Add more code to
behavior.js so that when someone writes text
into the form and presses the “Add” button a new
is created with the text from the form.
<li> elements yellow for 2 seconds, then return them